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Follow live: Serena rolls past Venus

Serena Williams reached the quarterfinals with a 6-4, 6-3 win over sister Venus on Manic Monday at Wimbledon. Maria Sharapova also cruised in straight sets. (live on ESPN, ESPN2 & WatchESPN).

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Sources: Pistons, G Jackson agree to $80M deal

The Detroit Pistons have re-signed restricted free agent point guard Reggie Jackson to a five-year, $80 million contract, sources told ESPN.com.

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The Body Issue

It's time for ESPN The Magazine's seventh annual celebration of athletes' bodies, where we admire the potential of the human form and stand in awe of those who push their physiques to profound frontiers.

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Schaap: Ted Jackson's unique marathon journey

Ted Jackson isn't your average marathoner, but the pudgy Briton who favors gyros and french fries has an iron will that allowed him to run seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.

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2015 ESPY Day Auction

Golf with Chris Berman, spend a day with Mike & Mike in Bristol or watch the Mavs with Mark Cuban. Bid on these and more amazing experiences and support The V Foundation for cancer research.

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Paige Selenski poses for the Body Issue

"It's not like I woke up one day and I had a really athletic body and ripped up abs. I use my body every day for my job. We constantly put our bodies through pain. I'm not afraid to show that off."

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Legends take in Wimbledon
Tennis 

Venus vs. Serena is always can't-miss tennis. Just ask musician John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen. Watch on ESPN & Watch ESPN

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Tennis 

A much different Wimbledon than 2014
Tennis 

In the Open era, this is the first time at Wimbledon that none of the 8 women's quarterfinalists from the previous year have reached the quarterfinals the next year. Maria Sharapova, who didn't make the quarters last year, just reached them.

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Tennis 

All A's for Serena
Tennis 

Serena Williams earned straight A's in the report card for her fourth-round win against one of her toughest opponents -- sister Venus Williams. Full report

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Tennis 

Khatuna Lorig poses for the Body Issue
Olympic Sports 

"I taught Jennifer Lawrence how to shoot for The Hunger Games. I taught her how to stand with the right posture, how to keep her chest down, how to align the string on her face the way we do, and hold up the bow after your shot and really follow through with the back." Bodies we want

Richard Phibbs
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4th-seeded Maria Sharapova advances to Wimbledon quarterfinals for first time since making final in 2011 (lost final to Petra Kvitova)

Joe Girardi: A-Rod should be an All-Star
MLB 

The Yankees manager supported the All-Star case of Alex Rodriguez, saying he "absolutely thinks he is." If he does make the team, it will be in a reserve role as he was not voted in as an AL starter Sunday night.

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Colts O-line poses for Body issue
NFL 

The Colts offensive line in the ESPN Body Issue? The Colts offensive line in the ESPN Body Issue.

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Brittney Griner poses for the Body Issue
WNBA 

"Honestly, I like how unique my body is. My big arms, my bigger hands, these long legs -- I love my body a lot. I love being different. If everybody was the same, it’d be a boring-ass world."

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Odell Beckham Jr. poses for Body Issue
NFL 

"It's unfortunate, in a way, to be known only for The Catch. There were so many other things I did during the season; it's hard for me to distinguish myself because of that catch. I know that I'm more than that. But, at least people know you, you know what I mean?" Bodies we want

Carlos Serrao
NFL 

Sharapova advances in straight sets
Tennis 

Maria Sharapova defeated Zarina Diyas 6-4, 6-4 in the fourth round at Wimbledon. Next, she'll match up with American Coco Vandeweghe for the first time ever.

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Carli Lloyd: 'We had no fear'

Visiting SportsCenter on "no sleep," the WWC champion described the complete elation she felt after defeating Japan 5-2. Lloyd: "I think that our confidence was sky high coming into the game."

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Ian O'Connor @Ian_OConnor

No, playing football isn't playing w/ fireworks. But that wasn't the smartest thing Rory McIlroy has ever done before a major.

Rory McIlroy suffers ruptured ligament
Golf 

The world's No. 1 golfer announced on Instagram today he's suffered a "total rupture of left ATFL (ankle ligament)" while playing soccer with friends on Saturday. He called himself "day by day" but added "Rehab already started... Working hard to get back as soon as I can."

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Golf 

Watch: Andy Murray on Super Monday
Tennis 

The 3-seed continues his quest to be the first British man to win multiple Wimbledon titles since Fred Perry (1934-36) as he sees 23-seed Ivo Karlovic in the round of 16. Karlovic has faced Murray 5 times and never won. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Rory McIlroy (ruptured ankle ligament) has finished top 10 in each of past 4 majors, is only player w/ even 3 top 10s in that stretch

ICYMI: MLB All-Stars announced
MLB 

The starters for the MLB All-Star Game were announced Sunday and the Royals tied an AL-record with 4 starters voted in by fans. The 4 Royals starters are their most in a single year in franchise history and more than they’ve had in the previous 25 All-Star Games combined (3). Full roster

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